Firefox 3.5 is out for other OSes however the final version is not available for Linux. This is how you install it on your Jaunty Jackalope installation. We will use the terminal for this. It is just a copy and paste from here to your terminal so it should be fine.
VLC played BIN without sound. When I mounted CUE using Furius ISO Mount, nothing would play the DAT file properly. However, SMPlayer works. Just open the BIN with SMPlayer and it plays. Use your package manager to install SMPlayer.
I am using Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope and recently encountered a problem updating the package sources or when reloading the repositories so was unable to add new repos via synaptic or apt-get. The console output was something like
Get: http://ftp.debian.org sid/main Sources
Get: http://ftp.debian.org sid/contrib Sources
Get: http://ftp.debian.org sid/non-free Sources
When you press the PrintScreen key in Ubuntu, you will see a gnome-screenshot dialog box with options to save the image or Copy it to clipboard. This function is great unless of course, you mistakenly press the key several times day which is really irritating. How about silently saving the image to some predefined location rather than popping up the dialog?
To achieve this, we will use a command-line screenshot tool called scrot. You must install this via Synaptic Package manager or from the terminal by executing sudo apt-get install scrot. You may need to enable additional repositories if you do not find the program in the list.
Ubuntu 9.04, Jaunty Jackalope, is expected to boot under 25 seconds from the grub to the desktop. However, you will probably not meet the expectations. Well, i didn’t.
UTL has been providing Wireless Internet Connection for over four months now and many Nepali have been using it as the only way to browse the internet. However, many users have have failed to configure the low cost brandless (or with some brand like Glink, Blink etc) USB modems in Linux. I will try to help you to configure your UTL Wireless modem to work under Linux.
If you have a Hardy or Intrepid installation and have downloaded the iso of Ubuntu, you may install Ubuntu from a USB pen drive if your BIOS supports booting from USB HDD.
I recently encountered a Youtube video which featured Gnome Do with Docky. Then I dumped the Cairo Dock I was using and replaced it with Gnome Do. I have also tried kiba-dock which is quite buggy (it is in developement). I also tried the Avant Window Navigator but found it was not so good to my liking.
The Gnome Do features the Advanced indicators which mimics the OS X dock and it is totally awesome.